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June 2020

Cancellation of the 11th International Shostakovich Days in Gohrisch
"Eino Tambergs trumpet concerto has not let go of me since I got to know it," says Hamburg trumpet soloist and university professor Matthias Hfs, "and I like his very...
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1 June 2020 the death of Ukrainian composer Myroslav Skoryk
Skoryk became known for his lively and highly varied music and wrote, in addition to numerous symphonic works, musical scores for films...
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Lera Auerbach: String quartet no. 9
Lera Auerbach: String quartet no. 9
The Artemis Quartet will give the world premiere on June 21, 2020, in two successive concerts.
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Russian premiere of Lera Auerbachs Diabellical Waltz by Rudolf Buchbinder
Russian premiere of Lera Auerbachs Diabellical Waltz by Rudolf Buchbinder
The pianist Rudolf Buchbinder is on a world tour with his spectacular Diabelli Project 2020.
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90th birthday of Nikolai Karetnikov
Andrej Schnittke, the son of pianist Irina Schnittke and composer Alfred Schnittke, who died in 1998, died of heart failure on May 23, 2020.
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Vyacheslav Artyomov becomes 80
The Russian composer Vyacheslav Artyomov is celebrating his 80th birthday on 29 June 2020.
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Live concert by RSO Berlin with music by Marko Nikodijevic, Gija Kantscheli and Alfred Schnittke
Live concert by RSO Berlin with music by Marko Nikodijevic, Gija Kantscheli and Alfred Schnittke
Das Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin gibt am 20. Juni 2020 ein Live-Konzert (ohne Publikum) unter der Leitung von Vladimir Jurowski.
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The premiere of Sofia Gubaidulina's Prologue for orchestra is postponed
The premiere of Sofia Gubaidulina's Prologue for orchestra is postponed
The Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig wanted to premiere the Prologue for orchestra under the direction of Andris Nelsons in Berlin on September 8, 2020.
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World premiere recording of the German version of Weinberg's opera Wir gratulieren! (We congratulate!) by Oehms classics
World premiere recording of the German version of Weinberg's opera Wir gratulieren! (We congratulate!) by Oehms classics
The enigmatic and cheerful two-act opera Wir gratulieren! (We congratulate!) by Mieczysław Weinberg, based on the play Mazl tov" by Scholem Alejchem, was composed between 1975 and 1982.
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Discovered after Schnittke's death: First performance of Alfred Schnittke's Variations for string quartet in Bern
Discovered after Schnittke's death: First performance of Alfred Schnittke's Variations for string quartet in Bern
In 2000, the Russian cellist and friend of the Russian composer Alfred Schnittke Alexander Ivashkin, who died in Hamburg in 1998, gave the Sikorski music publisher a copy of a manuscript of...
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